Trafalgar is a substantial, semi detached villa located on the roadside of the shore in the village of Whiting Bay, enjoying the sea views across to the Ayrshire coastline. This impressive villa is beautifully presented, charming period property, enjoying many original features and qualities.
Accommodation comprises entrance vestibule, central hallway, spacious lounge, formal dining room, contemporary bathroom, breakfasting kitchen with pantry/ butler room leading into a spacious boot room with rear door out to the garden. On the first floor there are four double and one single bedrooms, three of which are to the front of the property with sea views. A spacious family shower room completes the upper floor accommodation.
Once the home of the well known Trafalgar Restaurant, this traditional seafront villa has been transformed and is now a spacious family home. Stepping on to the covered veranda and through the front door you are immersed into a traditional period property, full of original features and character.
The central front door and entrance hallway accesses the main reception rooms of the house, both with bay windows and uninterrupted sea views across to the Ayrshire coast. Both reception rooms are light and sizeable with high ceilings and original coving. The grand lounge has been fitted with a modern wood burning stove and tiled surround; whilst the dining room could accommodate a table of ten people or more.
The arched hallway leads on around past the family bathroom, which is fitted with a contemporary bath with shower over and white suite; on to the breakfast kitchen at the rear of the house
The modern kitchen truly is a cooks delight and has been specifically designed with that in mind. With an expansive counter top, plenty of wall and base units, a breakfast bar and space to accommodate a large American style fridge. There is a range with a five-burner gas hob and electric oven/ grill, which can be available by separate negotiation.
Leading off the kitchen there is a spacious butler and utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, storage space and pantry. This room opens into the boot room, that has been fitted with a traditional pulley and has a rear door out to the garden. There is space for a large chest freezer and room for all your outdoor weather gear.
From the hallway the stairs lead up to the upper floor where there are 4 double bedrooms and one single bedroom and a contemporary shower room fitted with a white suite to complete the accommodation of the substantial villa.
Three of the bedrooms enjoy the impressive sea views across to the Ayrshire coast line and 2 are to the rear overlooking the garden.
The gardens are immaculate and beautifully designed, creating a multi-functional purpose areas to make the most of the south facing rear garden. The grounds are relatively flat mainly laid to gravel, with a lawn area to the front and container planting and there is ample parking and turning space for several cars. The borders are bounded with fencing and to the rear a terraced embankment, planted with mature trees and shrubs. There are two generous timber outbuildings, greenhouse and appended external store housing the oil-boiler.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.